What does the hive say (3 for sale)

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    http://jacksonville.craigslist.org/mcd/4959588840.html
    http://www.cycletrader.com/listing/2003-Yamaha-V-Max-113715661
    http://www.cycletrader.com/listing/2001-Yamaha-VMAX-114300515

    I'm interested in the 1st. Want to ask everyone their input. Called confirmed with the owner that the bike is GTG, especially on the tranny. Bike doesn't have center stand, and don't believe that it can take one with the way the exhaust is. Aside from that, only problem with the turn signal flashing faster than the other.

    What does the hive say.
     
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    The 03 with 9xxx miles looks like a decent price. Missing a few parts and a few parts damaged. But $3400 would be a good price to walk with it at.

    Make a point to say it doesn't have original parts and if they had the original parts ( they might ) that you would pay a little more. But considering its non original exhaust, turn signals etc.... That may be a bargaining chip for you.
     
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    In that custom '03, what is the gauge. Oil pressure gauge?
     
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    I like the first one also, especially the fact that it already comes with a rear rim which can take a radial instead of the OEM Bias ply.
     
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    Either of those two looks OK but the NY one I think is a bit lower in price. The one in Jacksonville you would actually be able to see in-person and it's got the rear wheel and what look like Prog. Susp. shocks. Too-bad they don't name the rear wheel/tire size.

    If it was only between these two, I'd say the FL one.
     
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    No one can answer this?
     
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    Tire, only says 180.
     
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    Oil pressure gauge ;)
     

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